The COVID-19 pandemic already forced several big pictures to delay their release dates or skip theaters altogether in 2020, and so far, 2021 isn’t shaping up to be a better year for films, with several highly anticipated titles facing another round of pushed back premiere dates because of the ongoing health crisis.

Highly anticipated films in 2020, such as Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” and Disney’s live-action “Mulan,” adjusted their releases, as did other films, due to the pandemic, but according to Entertainment Weekly, some films that had also initially planned on 2020 outings that delayed until 2021 are once again finding themselves pushed back—including highly anticipated follow-ups, such as “No Time To Die,” the latest James Bond title, and the follow-up to John Krasinski’s “A Quiet Place.”

Some movies have been taken off the schedule completely for the time being, including Disney’s “Bob’s Burgers” movie.

Check out the latest projected timetable for film releases below:

April:

  • “Nobody”- For now, the Bob Odenkirk-led thriller is set for April 2, five weeks later than the initial Feb. 26 planned release.

June:

  • “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway”- The film is now opening two months later on June 11, after initially being slated for an April 2 release.

July:

  • “Cinderella”- Initially slated for Feb. 5, this film is now releasing on July 16.

August:

  • “The King’s Man”- The “Kingsman” prequel was pushed from a March 2021 date to, for now, a release date of August 20, according to Deadline.

September:

  • “A Quiet Place: Part II”: Originally slated for a March 2020 release, the film was initially pushed back to April 23, 2021. It is now set to premiere Sept. 17.

A Quiet Place 2 From left: Regan (Millicent Simmonds), Marcus (Noah Jupe) and Evelyn (Emily Blunt) are pictured in “A Quiet Place Part II.” Photo: Paramount Pictures

October:

  • “No Time To Die”- The James Bond film, the final one where Daniel Craig will take on the role, has been pushed to October 8, after initially being pushed to April of 2021. The original planned release date was for April 2020.
  • “Last Night In Soho”- The psychological thriller is not slated to release on Oct. 22, six months after the initial April 23 release date.
  • “Ron’s Gone Wrong”- The animated picture was moved from April 23 to Oct. 22.

November:

  • “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”- After initially being planned as a summer blockbuster, the movie is now opening five months later on Nov. 11.

2022:

January:

  • “Morbius”- Taking a queue from films that delayed into the next year after 2020, this film is going from Oct. 8, 2021 to Jan. 21, 2022

February:

  • “Uncharted”- After initially being slated for July 16, 2021, the film is now slated for Feb. 11, 2022.